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Our 2015 – 2016 Season!

Requiem– W.A. Mozart and Te Deum– Karl Jenkins

Alexander’s Feast: The Power of Music – G.F. Handel

Requiem for the Living– Dan Forrest & Beatitude Mass– Henry Mollicone

MESSIAH_SINGSunday, December 13 – 3:30 PM
First Church Congregational
37 High St., Marlborough

Organist- Brett Maguire,  Soprano- Chelsea Basler,  Mezzo Soprano- Stephanie Scarcella,
Tenor- John David Nevergall,  Bass- John Salvi
An annual holiday tradition.  Be sure to join AVM in singing the Christmas portion of Handel’s Messiah.

201603ForWebSunday, March 13 – 3:30 PM
St. Mark’s School
25 Marlborough Rd., Southborough

With orchestra and Lynn Eustis– soprano, Charles Blandy– tenor, Philip Lima– Baritone

“Alexander’s Feast, or The Power of Music” was one of Handel’s most popular works, which he often revived when he needed a guaranteed box office success. Dramatic and pictorially vivid, the work is neither opera nor yet a full-scale oratorio. At a feast presented by Alexander the Great, Timotheus the court musician demonstrates music’s power over human emotions and its ability to bring about harmony between man and the universe.

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Saturday, May 14 – 8:00 PM
St. Mary’s Parish
640 Main St., Shrewsbury

Dan Forrest- Requiem for the Living (2013)            “A fresh and inspiring perspective on life, love, loss and renewal.”  This work has achieved widespread acclaim, with over a hundred performances in the US and abroad. (with Chamber Ensemble)

Henry Mollicone- Beatitude Mass: for the Homeless  (2006)            The text incorporates the words from the Latin Mass with English texts by William Luce drawn from interviews conducted with people living in homeless shelters. The lyric melodies and lush harmonies exalt the simple and anguished words of homeless people, beginning and ending with the Beatitudes “Blessed are the Poor.” (with Chamber Ensemble)

The Assabet Valley Mastersingers would like to thank Anchor Wealth Management and our other sponsors for a wonderful Golf Outing at Cyprian Keyes Golf Club. We would like to congratulate the all of the raffle winners and the golfing winners and commiserate that no one won the Hole-in-One Grand Prize this year. Wait until next year!20150602 Golf OutingAnchor Wealth Management

Curtiss Landscaping Designing

Landes Family

Chuck & Wendy Black
Avidia Bank
GPS Financial Management
Judy Yaukoes, realtor
Harris & Nancy McNeill
Church of the Nativity
Michelle Gillespie, realtor
St. Mary’s Credit Union
Vin Bin
Hodge & Associates
Boylston Shell
Clausen & Co., CPAs
Kitchen Associates
Bob & Deb Eaton, Tougas Family Farm, English Garden Florists, LaRuche Salon, Tea4USA, National Lumber, Sunrise Boutique, Museum of Russian Icons, The Bistro, Tavolino’s, Christina’s, South Street Diner, Cheng Du, Sachs Jewelers, Panera, Buffalo Wild Wings, Napoli Deli, Mendon Greenhouse, Old Timer Restaurant, Strand Theatre, Arturo’s,  AAA, Rivkah’s Salon, Tatnuck Bookseller, Wegman’s, Stop & Shop, Golfsmith, Monte Becker, Dick & Carol Rader, Cindi Stem, Ruth Russo, Michele Landes, Diane Savarese, Aly Church, and the choristers of AVM.

We especially thank The AVM Chambersingers, the Cyprian Keyes Golf Club with their staff and the AVM golf committee who made the event possible:  Debra Wallace, Cheryl McCarthy, Jim Baker, Holly Horgan, Cindi Stem, Martha Schwarzkopf, Ruth Russo, Michele Landes, Bob Eaton, Diane Savarese, Carl Kinkel, Michelle Gillespie, Doug Cotanche, Linda Clark, Fred Brewitt, and Ellen Church.